Fr. Aime A. Boisselle

Ordained: 1959
Status: Settled

Diocese: Diocese of Manchester NH

Three men came forward 5/02 to allege that Boisselle had sexually abused them at Ste. Marie Church in Manchester in the early 1960s. Per documents released by the Attorney General 3/03, a college student had complained that Boisselle seduced him in 1983; there were complaints in 1995 or 1996 of youths at the rectory; the diocese knew about Boisselle having encounters with adults at gay bars and parks. At least some claims in 11/02 settlement with the diocese. Per the diocese’s list 7/31/19, Boisselle (spelled Boiselle) was assigned to a life of prayer and penance. Deceased.

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